I am a church pastor, passionate about reaching people for Jesus and helping people to live according to the Bible. I coordinate CMS-Africa's activities in Rwanda, focusing on our three foundational training courses: Financial Freedom for Families (F4, a financial literacy course based on biblical principles), training specifically to help women reach their full potential, and 3D – Discover, Develop and Deploy (our youth programme, which helps young people to discover and step into their unique gifting). I also lead Business as Mission (BAM), an exciting movement which recognises business as a calling and encourages businesspeople to see themselves as full time ministers and the marketplace as a mission field.
To bring people to Christ and equip them to reach their full potential and live out the gospel in their everyday lives
Coordinating CMS-Africa’s activities in Rwanda and supporting around 100 champions and trainers as well as teaching on CMS-Africa courses
More about Josias Nkusi Sebujisho
I grew up in a Christian home and accepted Jesus into my life in 1981. I was ordained as a priest in the Anglican Church like my father before me and am married with six children. I have studied theology, economics and finance and was formerly a lecturer of economics and politics. More recently, I led the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. After I became ordained, I worked as pastor in different parishes within Kigali Diocese.
In 2013, I joined CMS-Africa and became leader of Business as Mission (BAM). In addition to leading this movement, I also run training for women and the training courses F4 and 3D.
I am proud to be part of CMS-Africa, whose vision matches my call and my faith. CMS-Africa makes a real difference by training people to help the needy, to live like Jesus, to escape poverty and bring the gospel to unreached people.